Can a Retinal Examination Provide Clues to a Person’s Risk of Stroke?
To provide an update on recent studies on the epidemiology of retinal microvascular signs
To discuss the relationship of retinal microvascular signs with risk of stroke, stroke subtypes and other cerebrovascular diseases
To discuss the potential application of retinal imaging for clinical prediction of stroke
Provost Chair Professor, National University of Singapore;
Vice-Dean, Office of Clinical Sciences, Duke-NUS Graduate Medical School;
Group Director, Research, Singapore Health Services;
Senior Consultant Ophthalmologist, Singapore National Eye Centre;
Senior Principal Clinician-Scientist, Singapore
Professor Tien Y. Wong
Eye Research Institute
Date: Wednesday, May 21st
6:30 – 7:00: Reception
7:00 – 8:30: Conference and dinner
Where : Le Pois Penché Restaurant 1230, boul. De Maisonneuve O., Montreal
Please confirm your presence with Claudia Lachapelle at 514-237-8485
Dr. Jean Daniel Arbour, a retina surgeon, says existing ways of checking retinas, such as this conventional camera being used on patient Paul Lowery at Notre Dame Hospital, can see damage only after it has happened. He is pioneering a new method to detect the early signs of vision loss by using spectral photography. See the original article in the Montreal Gazette
Dr. Jean Daniel Arbour is a valued member of the Retina Foundation of Canada Medical Advisory Board.
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